UPDATE – Veterans Day Parade is Cancelled

From the City of Marietta – Dear Veterans Day Parade Participants,

It is with a heavy heart that we inform you of the cancellation of the 2022 Veterans Day Parade & Ceremony.  Tropical Storm Nicole’s arrival in the metro Atlanta area will bring heavy rain and high winds.  We have been monitoring the storm for the past week hoping it would take another path, but the meteorologists are indicating a 100% chance of rain and 2-3 inches of rain total.

Our first priority is the safety of our Veterans, parade participants, and community; therefore, the parade and ceremony cannot continue under these conditions.  Unfortunately, due to the complexity of the parade, there is no reschedule date.

Thank you so much for your commitment to participate in the parade and ceremony and to honoring our veterans.  It was an honor working with you.

Red Hare Brewery Post 29 Day

Red Hare Brewery is having American Legion Post 29 Day at The Still on the Square. This will be held on November 3rd from 6-9pm. They are donating a $1 for every pitcher of beer and $2 for every pitcher of Mojitos sold during that time. All money raised will benefit the Veterans Memorial 5k race. Please come out to support this local business that is willing to support us.

From the Auxiliary

Don’t forget, last week to purchase Rake in the Cash tickets to send a girls to Girls State. Winner drawn 10/30.

Come enjoy Marine Corps Birthday cake November 10th from 2-6 in the Social Quarters.

Auxiliary bake sale at the November SAL breakfast. Stock up on goodies for Thanksgiving dinner and friends.

B29 and shine!

Kim Scofi, President

ALA Unit 29 2022-2023

BENEFIT for the “PAL” Marietta ~ Police Athletic League

All the Music Lovers and fans of North Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee especially Chattanooga need to come out and enjoy this HISTORIC FIRST TIME EVER SPECTACULAR EVENT with 4 Incredibly talented singer song writers (read their Bio’s in flyer), Pam Gadd, Becky Buller, Irene Kelley, and Donna Ulisse which will be OCT 30th Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5:30pm, in the Beautiful “RACOON CREEK MUSIC PARK” in 332 Music Park Path, Dallas. Ga 30132
It is a B.O.Y.B. event. There will be some concession snack foods available.

There is plenty of seating under the covered MUSIC STAGE PAVILION, as well as, picnic tables around the area or if you like you can bring your own comfy lawn chairs and a fold out table, or sit out in the grass around the stage area.
So come on out and enjoy this once in a lifetime event, enjoy the Toe Tappin’ ~ Ear Candy ~ music from these 4 lovely ladies and have fun in the beautiful colorful Fall weather.

Guest Speaker at Monthly Meeting

Join the Legion Family Wednesday, October 5th for a special speaker on situational awareness and safety following the SAL dinner at 6pm.  Retired Atlanta PD officer will give a brief but thorough review on personal safety for both men and women. With the increase in crime and upcoming holidays you do not want to miss this opportunity. Free to attend. No tickets to download. Respective meetings will follow the special guest.

New Veterans Affairs clinic in Marietta to open next week

Sep. 20—The new U.S. Veterans Affairs specialty clinic in Marietta is set to open Monday, Sept. 26, the VA Atlanta Healthcare System confirmed.

The clinic is located at 1263 Cobb Parkway North, near the intersection with Bells Ferry Road. It will offer services including primary care, mental health, radiology, audiology, eye, dental, physical therapy, occupational therapy and prosthetics.

Initially, only the audiology, physical and occupational therapy, dental, and eye specialty clinics will be open, said Gregory Kendall, a spokesman for the Atlanta VA. The primary care and mental health services are expected to open over the next couple of months, he said.

Construction on the $15 million clinic was completed in November of last year.

The clinic will serve approximately 17,000 veterans and employ some 200 workers.

Hunter Riggall, Marietta Daily Journal, Ga. Tue, September 20, 2022 at 12:01 AM·1 min read